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Review Policy/Contact

(At this time I am accepting review request)

I am more than happy to accept review requests from authors and/or publishers. 
You may not want to wait for a review but I can fix that. I am more than willing to:

1. Interview: I will send you a few questions, you answer them. Easy Right?

2. Book Spotlight: Do you want to keep it simple? This post won't have any extra bells and whistles, just information about you and your book.
3. Excerpt: Just send me a small, non-spoilery excerpt from your book to post either solo or along with any of the above three choices.

* If you send me a book to review I will do my best to keep follow up with a review as soon as possible. Just be patient :). After I write the review I will give direct links to take you to the review. I will post reviews on Goodreads and Amazon.  

*Also I always tweet updates.  That simply means when I start the book and almost done with reading the book. 

*If you can't send a physical copy of the book I have a kindle so the mobi file would be great.  If the pdf format is all that you have then I will accept that too. 

I accept: 
*New Adult Contemporary
*paranormal romance-my favorite :))
*Urban Fantasy
*Middle Grade Fiction

I will not accept
*Childrens' Fiction (Elementary) 

Here is my rating system

1 star..........................................DNF. I hardly ever do not finish a book. If I do then I really didn't enjoy/like it

2 stars........................................It was ok. Maybe a little bit better but not really for me

3stars..........................................It was good. I could see the potential

4stars...........................................I really like it

5stars...........................................OMG.  I love it

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